The Good The Sony HX750 offers excellent color accuracy for an LCD and will give a decent picture without too much calibration. The feature count is one of the highest of any Sony TV this year. Styling is subdued but elegant, and it's not all about looks, because it's also easy to use.
The Bad The overall picture quality is hampered by light black levels. No 3D glasses are included, which is disappointing for a high-level TV. Compared with the stiff competition, this Sony is too expensive for what you get.
The Bottom Line The Sony HX750 series isn't the headliner that you'd expect it to be with a performance that isn't up to the level of the asking price.
Last year, we were mightily impressed by Sony's high-end televisions, with models such as the HX929 and the still some of our favorite LCD TVs. At CES in early 2012, Sony shocked quite a few pundits by only and in an almost offhand way -- a single slide in a presentation filled with celebrities and Olympic heroes. As the second from the top -- the queen, if you will, of Sony's -- the HX750 performs less like the next in line for the throne and more like a lowly serf.
Its picture quality behaves more like the EX720, which was halfway down last year's roster -- when for the price we would have expected it to perform like the . While the HX750's colors are good, black levels are lacking for a TV in this price range.
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